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New computer, first startup, stuck in bios screen


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First activation of a new computer that came from the store, was installed . Up to the screen And from here I need your help. Why not log in to the operating system? Logic says because of the boot sequence but I have no idea how to change it and if that is the problem at all. I would appreciate your help.

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The screenshot you uploaded does not really tell me anything, 

Is the-BIOS Recognize your hard disk? 

In the board - Is the hard disk connected in SATA to SLOT 1? If not, disconnect the hard disk and connect it to the SATA 1 slot (if it is drive C) 

(It does not matter if it isSSD Or HDD) 

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Looks like the BIOS does not recognize the hard disk but I'm not sure (under boot sequence nothing is written except boot manager)

If I click on the boot sequence Then he enters his screen. Click there on boot manager brings me a message of no bootable device found.

Regarding the hard disk, I have One attached to the motherboard (I guess it has the operating system installed) and an HDD that from what I see is connected to slot 0 in SATA.

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Looks like the BIOS does not recognize the hard disk but I'm not sure (under boot sequence nothing is written except Windows boot manager)

If I click on the boot sequence Then he enters his screen. Click there on Windows boot manager brings me a message of no bootable device found.

Regarding the hard disk, I have SSD One attached to the motherboard (I guess it has the operating system installed) and an HDD that from what I see is connected to slot 0 in SATA.

 

Ahh, is that the drive you have?

https://kbimg.dell.com/library/KB/DELL_ORGANIZATIONAL_GROUPS/DELL_GLOBAL/Content%20Team/M_2%20Keys.jpg

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If the board does not recognize, need to check,

 

1. Try a drive other

2. Try connecting your drive to another computer

3. Try resetting to (Gimpur)

4. Try running a WIN 10 installation disc and see if the WINDOWS installation detects the drive שלך

 

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